Review of Rickshaw Girl | A moving and motivating tale of despair and hope

Naima (Novera Rahman) is poor but brave. This strong character trait is the highpoint of director Amitabh Reza Chowdhury’s moving tale of a young girl, who is all by herself, in the big city of Dhaka, pulling a rickshaw, her passion to paint and her mission to save her dying father. Navigating through the bustling bylanes of Dhaka and the rural shanties where poverty and despair live, the story is seeped in realism.

Toxic Impulses Review | It’s to the point & I’m Lovin’ it

‘Toxic Impulses’ gives you a good time within it limited means. It navigates unpredictable twists and turns with ease leading into an intensely gripping climax without going over the top with forced action sequences and long, laborious exchanges between the characters. It’s to the point and I am lovin’ it!

Killing the Shepherd Review | A film that rekindles hope in a hopelessly complex man-animal tussle

Director Opre puts in his best to list down all the micro and macro problems that are plaguing the people of Zambia, but some of it does get lost in the sheer number of problems at hand. It’s also very heart wrenching to see the plight of the people and more so the depletion of the wildlife in this arid landscape. As a viewer, one yearns to see the shots of the exotic animals including the famed Big 5 of Africa, who only make very fleeting appearances.

Lotawana Review | Delightfully unpredictable

Lotawana Cast: Todd Blubaugh, Nicola Collie Critics Rating:  4 stars out of 5  Director: Trevor Hawkins Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes Genre: Adventure, Drama Release date:  February 3, 2022 Story A young vagabond Forrest (Todd Blubaugh) has resigned himself to living on a sailboat and drifting in life, doing odd jobs, whenever he‘s ashore. Soon,Continue reading “Lotawana Review | Delightfully unpredictable”